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2K will increasingly support Nintendo Switch

2K chief creative Sami Thessman said the company is keen to bring new games to Nintendo Switch.

All three BioShocks will arrive on Switch

2K Games has confirmed that the BioShock Collection will soon arrive on Nintendo Switch. There had been some rumors in the past about a possible release of BioShock for the Nintendo console, but official confirmation has arrived ...
BioShock 4

BioShock 4, there will be the first person view

The guys from the Cloud Chamber team have confirmed that BioShock 4 will maintain the first-person view, in line with the other chapters of the series that landed on consoles of the last generation in 2007. The team ...

Bioshock, new study at work on the new chapter

2K has opened a new development studio called Cloud Chamber to work only on the Bioshock franchise only. The studio will be based in San Francisco and Montreal, with the latter representing the first Canadian study ...

Free is beautiful - City of Brass

Free is beautiful never stops and today "offers" you (in reality we only spread the word) City of Brass. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UEiaQTHXEsk City of Brass is a first person dungeon crawler, with procedurally generated maps in ...

Close to the Sun Review

https://youtu.be/UMsQ2oB006w Nel già affollato panorama dei rompicapo horror, irrompe Close to the Sun, e va a piazzarsi ai primi posti in assoluto per la potenza dell' ambientazione. Il titolo degli italianissimi Storm in a Teacup...

2K may be working on a new sequel for BioShock

According to rumors, 2K intends to bring one of its flagship franchises back on stage. A new BioShock is in the pipeline, according to what the journalist Jason Schreier wrote about Kotaku. The task ...

Cyberpunk 2077 postponed to December 10

Yet another bad news for CD Projekt Red fans. With a now familiar image with a yellow background and black text posted on your ...

Two Bit Circus REMOTE Brings a Live, Interactive, Play-From-Home Game Show ...

Join Us Every Thursday for Hilarious Commentary & Friendly Competition from the Comfort of Your CouchLOS ANGELES - (BUSINESS WIRE) - # REMOTE - Two Bit Circus, the company that's been ...

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